I've been going to the Rockies every winter since I was 6 to ski/snowboard. I've done back-country backpacking in Glacier National Park and Banff (Canada) in the past few years. Last summer I traveled to Caye Caulker, Belize for 8 days of scuba diving.
I believe in living a healthy, balanced life, but that doesn't mean I don't like a late night dance party ensuing from a night of poor decision making.
In addition to eating healthy I actually enjoy working out. Recently I've stopped lifting weights and have found activities to keep me healthy; don't even want to begin to imagine life without my weekly yoga class. In the past year and a half I started participating in triathlons; every season brings a new sport, from climbing to snowboarding.
Yeah, me neither.
Actually though, I've been a teacher for almost ten years now, amazing how fast time moves. I value my career and the opportunities I get to make a difference in other's lives.
Hard to answer this one without feeling arrogant. I've been told I have nice eyes and a good smile though.
Read as much as I can. National Geographic and Sierra Club are two favorite magazines.
Tons of other authors, and wouldn't even know where to begin my list.
My other bikes
The idea that one day I will have enough time for a dog, and get to run with it everyday
A snowboard, and skis
Recently...what is my next workout, since I've been doing so many workouts for an Ironman.
Experiencing great CMA parties or other fun stuff with fun people.
Maybe a yoga class with friends,
but always making the most of my time and this city.
You're active and enjoy a healthy life style.
You aren't afraid to try new things, in fact you enjoy the challenge that comes with trying new things and you enjoy the idea of providing that challenge and growth to someone else.
You're open minded, genuine and can tell the difference between times to let loose and times to be serious.
You keep yourself busy, but understand there needs to be a balance between hard work and play.